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The After Math: Intel's revenue billions, Android's active millions and a few new Earth-like planets


Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week's tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages

As we scratch our head and puzzle over the almost-daily financial results for the last quarter, this week's missive takes a slightly sentimental look at how two tech companies were faring a decade earlier. Is it unfair to compare the yesteryear Nokia to Google? Possibly. But it was the same year that a certain Engadget regular claimed a best-selling album -- so it wasn't all bad. Toshiba also unveiled a new pin-sharp Ultrabook to stand up to Apple's Retina displays, and NASA continued the search for habitable planets.

  • Predicted pricing for touch-enabled laptops with Intel's Bay Trail processor: $200 to $300
  • Intel's revenue for Q1 2013: $12.6 billion
  • Nokia's revenue for Q1 2013: $7.7 billion
  • Nokia's revenue for Q1 2003: $7.38 billion
  • Google's revenue for Q1 2003: $249 million
  • Artist with the US' top-selling album of 2003: 50 Cent
  • Price of donating via Google's One Today app: $1
  • Price Google paid for Utah's iProvo fiber network: $1

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  • Price of Kohler's second-generation Numi Comfort Height toilet: $6,000
  • Record-setting reported number of illegal downloads of Game of Thrones season 3 premiere: 1 million-plus
  • Number of KIRF headphones believed to have been sold by counterfeiter Michael Reeder: 400,000
  • Pixels per inch on Toshiba's new 13-inch KIRAbook: 221
  • Pixels per inch on last year's Toshiba Satellite U845: 112
  • Daily Android activations as of this week: 1.5 million
  • Possibly habitable planets recently discovered by NASA's Kepler telescope: 3
  • Known planets in our solar system (not including dwarf planet Pluto): 8
  • Number of Sega's Pluto game consoles to make it to market: 0
  • Bezel size on Pantech's "zero bezel" Vega Iron: 2.4mm

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